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Communities in the domain of Communication and Information

Information Society Programme for Latin America and the Caribbean
INFOLAC was established in 1986 by a resolution of the XXIII General Conference of UNESCO

INFOLAC, an intergovernmental forum for the exchange of expertise and experiences for the development of the Information Society in Latin America and the Caribbean, is open to all public, private or professional institutions, through its quarterly journal INFOLAC Newsletter and its website http://infolac.ucol.mx

INFOLAC's membership is open to all Latin American and Caribbean States, which are members of UNESCO; they can be represented by their respective national Information Society authorities.
  • Adviser in Communication and Information in the Caribbean, Kingston Cluster Office